Poulet à la Forestière, that’s chicken in mushroom sauce to the non-French-speaking world is a classic autumn dish in French kitchens.
During the British summer, living near the south coast of England we catch far more mackerel than we do herring. What would mackerel rollmops taste like?
Forget squid rings in batter, try this quickly cooked calamari instead. You don’t need a barbecue, you can substitute a griddle pan instead.
Thai green chicken curry is one of the best known dishes of Thai cuisine, and despite its complex flavours, it is actually quite easy to make at home. I’ve tried a few different recipes but I have found Jamie Oliver’s Thai green curry easy to make and really delicious!
This is an authentic Prawn/Shrimp Pad Thai recipe from Spice I Am, a critically acclaimed Thai restaurant.
This is an absolutely brilliant mid week meal with tasty sausage and dark Cavolo Nero cabbage.
Confit garlic is one of those ingredients that you didn’t know you needed in your kitchen until you tried it.
My youngest grandson was staying with me this weekend and said “Grandad, can we make cheeseburger pasta like Mummy makes”? I have never heard of cheeseburger pasta but guessed it was some kind of pasta bake. He is a fussy eater so it had to be tasty but definitely not […]
One of the main reasons why Thai food is so delicious is because authentic Thai food is made from a carefully balanced taste of sweet, salty, spicy and sour all at once. It’s called “Umami”, a subtle flavour of tasty, savoury wholesomeness, discovered over 100 years ago. Anyone who has […]
Satay sauce is sometimes called Thai peanut sauce. It is essentially the same thing. Each chef uses different ingredients to make their unique sauce, but one common ingredient is the peanuts used to make the sauce.